Alice : Alice Series

  • by Charles Lamb
  • Narrated by David Drummond
  • Series: Alice Series
  • 12 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Captain Jacob Thomas, USMC, is a divorced combat veteran just trying to get his life back on track. Returning to the marine corps after a failed attempt at reconciliation with his estranged wife, Jake volunteers for a DARPA experiment that catapults him into a future where humanity has been stripped of 200 years of technological advancements and more than half its population. With the help of a faceless benefactor named Alice, he escapes the confines of an abandoned lab facility and starts a journey to put Earth back on a path to recovery. Jake's path begins in the rich farmlands of central California and eventually places him in orbit and face to face with the very evil that started it all.


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Customer Reviews

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If you’re an 18 year old American male you will love it

Check list.

Team America saves the world 👍
Man unfortunately has to impregnate loads of pretty women 👍
Predictable will win story line 👍

If the above meet your requirements this is the book for you.

I’m British and ex forces so pretty much all about the American obsession with being the saviours of the planet read true here. It’s pretty much the usual brain washing so many unfortunates believe.

Overall not a bad read despite the clear singleminded focus of women and cool weapons that conveniently present themselves whenever a challenge is faced.

My advice. Download extracted by r r Haywood rather than this.

Strange thing is I now need to see how it ends so can’t be too bad.
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- Amazon Customer

Shallow and testosterone fuelled.

Cool ships, cool guns, ai, future technology, lots of unnecessary sex, shallow, weak story.

A bit of a teenage boy's fantasy. Insignificant plot with problems mostly solved by things outside of the main characters control. Very little science in the fiction. More than a little white knight misogyny with the main character collecting a small Herem and having no emotional depth to his relationships with these weirdly loyal mothers of his children. The beginning was great, really interesting premise... but then it gets a bit dry with some fun (short) action scenes. There is minimal discussion of the culture of the societies that have developed since the apocalypse, the attacking aliens and there is minimal discussion of the infrastructure and economics necessary to restart a space aged US military from scratch. It held my attention to the end for the most part, but I'm not going to listen past this book.

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- Alexander

Book Details

  • Release Date: 16-09-2015
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio